A lo fi animation with big intent . My own and my machine's technical limitations make it a true learning experience for me . If there are any other lo-fi amateur movie makers in this site I would be interested in your work .
Added by Mark Brumfield on March 19, 2018 at 16:56 — No Comments
Fun for some !!!! Soundtrack by Raymond Scott
Added by Mark Brumfield on March 18, 2018 at 17:30 — No Comments
An attempt to simulate a Stan Brakhage film using blown up details of my paintings .
Added by Mark Brumfield on March 18, 2018 at 17:04 — No Comments
This is about as hi tech as I get . This is mainly a goof I do for fun and hopefully I'll eventually learn something .
Added by Mark Brumfield on March 18, 2018 at 16:43 — No Comments
Added by Mark Brumfield on March 18, 2018 at 16:27 — No Comments
The idea of painting on a ‘toned’ (coloured) canvas is not a new one. In fact it’s been used for centuries to banish the tyranny of the white canvas and to help thread colour through a painting. It’s tried and…Continue
When drawing from life or from a photo there are 2 simple tips to make it easier for you to get it right consistently.
They're both angle transfer methods.
Use your brush or pencil to measure the angle you're wanting to draw, then rotate your body without changing the angle…Continue
I read your article on glazing. I am very excited. I just painted my beautiful grand daughter on a setting sun beach with a surf board. I find the sunset could be improved and the surf board overpowers the picture instead of the subject. I think glazing will work well on that painting and I am going to try it. Hopefully, this sill be a successful attempt at improving my work.
Added by Arlette Lyons on June 25, 2017 at 3:43 — No Comments
Hi everyone , I am new here and would like to post my paintings as I started to paint in 2009 . I started with my first medium that I still love Acrylics and I started out with pet portraits . From there I jumped to people portraits to landscapes etc. Then I went into WaterColors started there with people portraits , fell in love later with Pastels ...love those especially for portraits pastels , I will attempt landscapes with them sooner or later. I have also gotten into Colored Pencils…Continue
Looking for someone to share a room for this workshop.
Added by Carole Merly on June 3, 2017 at 0:24 — No Comments
Learn about how to use glazing to improve your oil paintings in this video.
The same applies for acrylic painting, though you would use gloss medium varnish or some other clear fast drying medium to mix your glazes with.
With oils I currently either use walnut oil or alkyd walnut oil medium as a…Continue
Learn about how to use glazing to improve your oil painting. The same applies for acrylic painting, though you would use gloss medium varnish or some other clear fast drying medium to mix your glazes with.
With oils I currently either use walnut oil or alkyd walnut oil medium as a glazing medium.
Learn more about…Continue
Added by Richard Robinson on May 23, 2017 at 18:17 — No Comments
Here's how I look at the world as a painter...
This video is about Seeing the world like a Painter. Learn more about painting at http://www.livepaintinglessons.com
Here's a brief clip from the First Snow painting lesson at: http://www.livepaintinglessons.com/shop/first-snow
Beginners paintings are often distinguished by a lack of variety. They often display large areas of flat colour,…Continue
Here's a brief clip from the Sunset Dunes painting lesson at: http://www.livepaintinglessons.com/shop/sunset-dunes/
When painting grasses or trees, or anything that we know is full of complex detail, it's all too easy to get carried…Continue
Added by Richard Robinson on May 14, 2017 at 16:50 — No Comments
I wanted to explore more interesting colors for when we use a "gray" in our paintings. I used three different mixes in these three paintings. These acrylic paintings were done using a common theme of red on a dark background.
Added by Carole Merly on May 13, 2017 at 10:11 — No Comments
Here's a brief clip from the Chinaman's Bluff painting lesson at: http://www.livepaintinglessons.com/workshop2x.php
Many beginner painters see water and assume it's all blue, or all green, without looking to see what's really going…Continue
I am in love with your painting of a Picnic in Tuscany! It is absolutely gorgeous! Really and truly, Marlene Sanger.
Added by Marlene M. Sanger on March 3, 2017 at 20:43 — No Comments
Hi All! I keep looking at this video and contemplating whether to purchase or not. Just wondering if anyone is familiar with it, has used it (or know of anyone who has), and whether it was found useful or not?
I know I should be making a schedule of certain areas to work on, but don't know where to begin, or what areas to work on or how...so thought this might help.
Thanks for your input!